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Q: Can a square ever be a rhombus?

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A square is technically a rhombus - but a rhombus is never a square. The definition of a rhombus is that it has two pairsof parallel sides. A square is defined as having all foursides equal,

Yes, if they are a square.

It has to be sometimes, because every square is also a rhombus. But there are also a lot of other rhombera (rhombusses) that are not squares.

A square is always a rhombus, but a rhombus is notalways a square.

A square is always a rhombus, but a rhombus is notalways a square.

well a rhombus a little look at the left bottom of it that;S the differnt thing about it

no a square is not a rhombus

No. A square is a special kind of rhombus. So every square is a rhombus, but not every rhombus is a square.

FALSE a square is a rhombus but a rhombus is not a square

A rhombus can be a square.

Rhombus Not a SquareIn a square, the sides are perpendicular. In a rhombus, they aren't. A rhombus is never a square.

A rhombus that is not a square is a rhombus. A square is a special type of rhombus that has all four angles equal (to 90°).

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